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Costco Photo Center Deals (4x6 Prints for 9 cents, 50 Photo Greeting Cards for $4.99, 25 Stationary Greeting Cards for $7.25) Good until 10-4-2015

captsam 169 186 September 5, 2015 at 06:11 PM in Cameras (2)
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Costco Photo Center was down for an extended period of time. It's back up, and as an apology (or promotion), they're offering steep discounts on their Photo Services. As stated in the Title, 4x6 Prints are 9 cents a piece, Greeting Cards are discounted $10 down to $4.99 for 50 (with envelopes), and Stationary Greeting Cards for $7.25 for 25 (Pretty sure envelopes included here too). Anyway, I thought it was pretty "Slick" and decided to post it (since I couldn't find a "Hot Deal" Post similar. You all have until October 4th 2015.
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Great prices, the regular price on single 4x6 prints are $0.17 a piece. Walgreens is $0.21 a piece. This is in CA. Thumbs up
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how do you get the discount applied
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9 cents each at Walmart and they do a great job
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Quote from djkball View Post :
how do you get the discount applied
Im wondering the same thing
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Dear Members,

Let us begin by apologizing for all of the inconvenience, frustration and concern created by taking the Costco Photo Center offline. We recognize the value our members place on their memories, and we are very sorry for the lengthy downtime experienced on our site.

That said, we are grateful for your loyal patronage, and welcome you back to the Costco Photo Center. We appreciate your trust in our offering, and look forward to assisting our members in creating lasting memories that only a picture or photo gift can capture!

With the exception of the mobile app, members wanting to create new photo books and mail order products, such as mugs, mousepads and photo throws, all products previously available are fully functional. Members who started a Photo Book, Greeting Card or Calendar project prior to the shutdown will be able to complete their projects (available through the “my projects” header-tab). We expect to have the mobile app and photo books available shortly. Our estimate at this point is for a late September reintroduction of the mail order option.

Preliminary findings show a security compromise occurred at the company that hosts the Costco Photo Center, which also affected many other online photo sites. The site has been rebuilt with additional security measures applied at several levels. For more information about the security incident that caused our site to be down, and the ongoing investigation, please click here.

Member’s photos were not part of the security compromise. However, as a safety precaution, full access to photos will not be available at re-launch. Although photos for 2015 and 2014 are accessible, those for 2013 or earlier may not be accessible for another few weeks.

For your security and protection, when you log in for the first time, you will be sent an email that will require you to reset your password.

Below, please find automatic re-introduction price reductions for the products listed. The price reduction will be applied when you complete your order on the photo center site:

Product Normal Price Welcome Back Offer Date
Stationery Greeting Cards $17.25 for 25 $10 off Valid through 10/4/15
Photo Greeting Cards $14.99 for 50 $10 off Valid through 10/4/15
4x6 Prints 17¢ each 9¢ each Valid 9/7/15 - 10/4/15
To return to the Costco Photo Center home page, please click here

Kind regards,

The Costco Photo Center
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Any thoughts on walmart vs Costco? I've always used Walmart but open to Costco it there's some kind of advantage???
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Quote from dealgrabber1 View Post :
Any thoughts on walmart vs Costco? I've always used Walmart but open to Costco it there's some kind of advantage???
I prefer Costco because the return policy is easy (with the exception of some electronics/computers). Plus the employees are better quality (and are more helpful). Plus you can sort of one-stop-shop. You can get your gas and get your $1.50 Hotdog. That sort of stuff. As for the Photos themselves, probably not a whole lot different.
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Weird, 4x6 is still coming up .17 each and not .09
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Quote from captsam View Post :
I prefer Costco because the return policy is easy (with the exception of some electronics/computers). Plus the employees are better quality (and are more helpful). Plus you can sort of one-stop-shop. You can get your gas and get your $1.50 Hotdog. That sort of stuff. As for the Photos themselves, probably not a whole lot different.
Ya I was just comparing picture quality of services when it comes to service.
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Quote from vansmack View Post :
Weird, 4x6 is still coming up .17 each and not .09
Yeah, is anyone actually getting .9?
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Quote from dealgrabber1 View Post :
Ya I was just comparing picture quality of services when it comes to service.
I've heard you can't beat the quality for the price. A lot of professionals use the Costco printing near me.
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Anyone know if you can place multiple orders w/the discount? I want 100 cards, but discount only comes off the first 25. If can place 4 discounted orders though...
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Yeah, is anyone actually getting .9?
Yes, 9 cents at LAST step of checkout.
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